300 Onitsha Trump supporters pray over US presidential poll
By Phil Okose, Onitsha
No fewer than 300 supporters of the US president, Donald Trump, held a prayer session for him, asking God to intervene in the recently concluded presidential election which they claimed Donald Trump won but was rigged out of by the opposition to his second tenure presidential bid.
The supporters, who employed the services of prayer warriors from different religious denominations, expressed optimism that their prayers would be heard.
Speaking to newsmen during the prayer session held at United Primary School, Nkpor, near Onitsha, the spokesman of the group, Chief Obiorah Irene Arinze feared that Christians may not benefit much from Joe Biden, like they did from Trump, if Biden were to take over the mantle of leadership.
“Trump won that election with about 75 per cent against the 25 per cent of Biden and God knows why he wants Trump to remain in the coveted seat. If Trump vacates that White House, Christians will suffer it more because all Christians worldwide support him”.
“He made Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel and, with the US war against Iran over, Iran’s insistence to produce nuclear weapon which is against the United Nations, (UN) Memorandum of Understanding, (MOU), the war if started, means automatic prolong of Trump’s tenure as the focus would be on war affairs”, he hinted.
He warned that “whoever that was involved in the plot to rig out Trump would live to suffer his law of retrogressive justice, Trump is God-sent to restore peace to the world”.
“In the next four years, Trump will continue to deliver on a number of major international deals that include, peace, science, healthcare, technological and infrastructural development”
Recalling that Donald means, World Chief, Arinze reminded Trump that God sent him to help the world irrespective of one’s religious, sex, ethnic, colour or language affiliation/barrier.